Biden’s political appointees are transforming ICE from a law enforcement agency into a social services agency without Congress’s permission
(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) With new horrors and atrocities emerging daily along President Joe Biden’s open borders, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has predicted that they will run out of money by October unless the Department of Homeland Security grants them additional funding.
According to the Western Journal, the massive surge of migrants crossing the southern border have driven up costs. ICE has been controversial since its founding, as its primary role is to arrest and detain illegal aliens.
Since the start of the Biden administration, ICE has been spending record amounts of money reacting to the increased border crisis. Currently, ICE has an estimated $345 million shortfall for the current fiscal year.
DHS will have to move around funds, taking from other agencies, in order to keep funding ICE, reported Axios. About $100 million is expected to come from the Cost Guard budget, while another $80 million could be found by moving around existing ICE funds internally.
Meanwhile, record numbers of immigrants have been crossing into the U.S. via the southern border. In 2021, U.S. Customs and Border protection reported more than 2 million migrant encounters.
That does not count the number of immigrants who have crossed the border undetected.
h/t Coastie Patriot
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